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a coil of wire around an iron core

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Wings, flaps, rudders and landing gear use our solenoids.
Global solenoid valve market is segmented on the basis of type, application, and region.
Proven in GM's global front-wheel drive 6-speed automatic transmission program for a range of Chevrolet, Buick and GMC vehicles, BorgWarner's mini direct-acting VFS technology adapts easily from combustion to hybrid powertrains, making this solenoid a fast-to-market solution for automakers," said Robin Kendrick, President and General Manager, BorgWarner Transmission Systems.
Among this a simple solenoid construction with number of windings N (90), with 2 layers and length of solenoid L (50 mm) was chosen.
Asco products include solenoid pilot valves, angle body piston valves, linear indicators, redundant control systems, and pressure sensors.
If you get a low reading, it's the solenoid that needs replacing, not the main control box.
The key to unlocking the technology was finding the right material-a glass fiber and epoxy chemical mixture that is liquid at high temperatures and turns hard when cured-and the right process of inserting this material into all of the necessary spaces inside the central solenoid.
To reduce the ON-OFF frequency of solenoid valve for by-pass control, different time delays were experimented under various loading condition.
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Mechetronics brings extensive experience in the design of industrial solenoids, including manufacturing in China and complements our aerospace and defence solenoid business in North America and Europe.
Now the 53-year-old dad-of-four is working on his Super Solenoid - a breakthrough technology which can be used to power medical devices such as pacemakers for a lifetime.
ASCO, the world's leading manufacturer of solenoid valves, today introduced the high-flow, extended-life 8220 Series solenoid valve for steam and hot water applications.
When the solenoid is de-energized (after a dwell time that allows a few sheets to gather on top of the tag), the cylinder which fed the stock out retracts, cutting the tag off.
Company offers manual override for its full line of Series 80 Large Orifice Solenoid Valves.
Unlike many pneumatic cylinders, the instrument features an air servo valve, said to offer distinct advantages over conventional solenoid on/off control, according to the company.